Just two days into 2020, memes about a supposed World War III were trending. The memes became more popular as more concern started to rise about the possible World War III as President Trump and Iran’s president were having their Twitter war. An article on The Washington Post discussed the point that the memes might … Continue reading World War 3?
When you hear there is a sequel to a movie coming, your first reaction is that it will never amount to the first movie, or it just won't be nearly as good or not good at all. Frozen 2 is not one of those sequels. The six years were worth the wait; you could tell … Continue reading Movie Review: Frozen 2 is a Dark, But Magical Story About Change
For many years, people used the term “LGBT” to describe the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. In recent years, you might have noticed a new addition at the end: “Q+”. The Q+ is meant to be more inclusive of people who identify with something that’s not in the traditional LGBT framework (such as Asexual … Continue reading Speaking of Labels…What’s the Q+ About?
One of the most colorful (and delicious) events in our area is the annual WorldFest Festival, which is held over Labor Day weekend on the Belvedere in Louisville. The Hyphen's Marni Scholl captured these photos of cultures coming together. all photos by Marni Scholl
Over the summer, Greater Clark County Schools announced that instead of adding make-up days for school closures, the district will begin to use online learning. Other schools in our area have already adopted E-Learning. Jeffersonville High School students’ views on E-Learning are mostly supportive, but some students have their doubts about it. On an Instagram … Continue reading Student Views on E-Learning: The Pros and Cons